Our goal with juice recipes is to be able to suggest tasty and at the same time nutritious and functional juices to drink instead of the common juices to which we are already so accustomed. It can be mixed with other drinks and juices. Some of the juice mixes we suggest can be ordered at fast food outlets and restaurants, not just at home. Adapt our recipes to your lifestyle. Invent, test, test!
The juice chosen for today came to give an air of grace to help all those who suffer from a very common problem: constipation. Because it is rich in fiber, it helps in that trip to the bathroom, long awaited by some and so feared by others, for those who have problems with constipation, constipation or constipation as we say popularly. That doesn’t mean it’s going to be something like “hit, thanks”. Don’t worry. Of course, everyone knows that we should eat a daily dose of fiber for various reasons, and for all these reasons, in addition to helping in the aforementioned case,
is that this recipe was developed.
JUICE RICH IN FIBER
Yield: 2 glasses (400ml)
Preparation time: 5 minutes
– Fresh orange juice – 300ml (4 oranges)
– Papaya papaya – ½ unit
– Fibra Mais – 1 sachet (5g)
1. Squeeze the juice out of the oranges.
2. Place the orange juice, the papaya in pieces and the Fiber Mais sachet in the blender.
3. Whisk everything together until well blended and serve in glasses.
Chef’s Diet Tip: want to decorate the glass for a really cool presentation? Reserve a few pieces of papaya or strips of orange peel and to give it a green touch, maybe a few mint leaves? We started eating with our eyes, it is always good to have a careful presentation!
Carbohydrate Counting by Nutritionist Camila Almeida
Another interesting juice that can be consumed by everyone, and even more so by those who have constipation, constipation or constipation problems as we popularly say. It has in each 200ml serving (an American cup) a total of 331 kcal, 19 g of carbohydrates and 2.9 g of fiber. When counting carbohydrates, it represents 16 g of carbohydrates, or 1 equivalent of 15 g in the serving.
Both orange and papaya have laxative properties, that is, they help “loosen” the intestines. Papaya has an enzyme known as papain that gives it this property. It still has soluble fibers, mainly pectin, which helps delay gastric emptying, reduces cholesterol, improves intestinal transit, among other important functions for our body.
The most used fiber in the recipe is a soluble fiber supplement, very interesting to use in recipes that need to lower the glycemic index!
Orange and papaya also have vitamins A and C that are antioxidants, preventing the onset of diseases such as cancer, aging, obesity, and even help improve tanning. The advice is still to consume on an empty stomach, in the morning, to improve the functioning of the intestine because in the morning our intestine has greater motility.
In this high-fiber juice recipe we use Fiber More which is a soluble fiber supplement.
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